Musk ‘aligned’ with EU digital rules

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Elon Musk attends the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the exhibit ‘In America: […]

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Workers grapple with new stresses upon returning to the office

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This undated photo provided by Ajinomoto Health & Nutrition shows the conference and workspace at Ajinomoto Health & Nutrition in […]

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Owner and operator of an oil tanker sentenced for obstruction and pollution offenses

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Evridiki Navigation and Liquimar Tankers Management Services were convicted after being found guilty on all counts at trial. Crimes included: […]

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One-stop solution provider hands over US facility on schedule

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Mammoet’s gantry ready to lift. Mammoet Carpenter Technology Corp., a manufacturer of specialty metal alloys for multiple industries, including the […]

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Mini-airports showcase the future of hybrid travel

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On April 25, 2022, Urban-Air Port and Supernal unveiled the Air-One in the UK. The Air-One is a proprietary deployable […]

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Mower, co-inventor of implantable cardioverter defibrillator, dies at 89

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In this undated image provided by the Jewish National Fund-USA, Dr. Morton Mower and his wife, Toby, pose for a […]

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China lockdown could bite US consumers until Christmas

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American consumers hoping to find the latest iPhone in their inventory in December had better get their Christmas shopping early. […]

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Industrial Wastewater: Clear Line Clogs with Superior Cleaning Nozzles

Steven T. Benjamin

Although industrial processes vary widely, in all factories dusts, greases, slags, metals, residues and cementitious particles generated during manufacturing can […]

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Chinese regulator says 14,684 Teslas have been recalled over crash risk

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A 2021 Tesla Model 3 sedan sits in an almost empty lot at a Tesla dealership in Littleton, Colorado on […]

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Former ski resort owner faces conviction over failed biotech project

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Ariel Quiros, a Miami businessman and former owner of the Jay Peak and Burke Mountain ski resorts in Vermont, faces […]

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Skkynet enables real-time manufacturing companies

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The value of real-time information and knowledge is now being realized across many industries. Status updates in logistics and transportation […]

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The best way to begin a manufacturing company

Steven T. Benjamin

The manufacturing sector in India has multiplied with Make in India and the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax […]

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Factory Cost, Factory Layout, Industry Trends, Raw Materials, Manufacturing Process, Cost & Revenue, Machinery Requirements – Syndicated Analytics – Ripon College Days

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The study, which is based on both desk research and multiple waves of qualitative primary research, is essential reading for […]

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Drivers who survived the Amazon Warehouse collapse file lawsuit

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An Amazon warehouse collapsed and six workers died after a tornado hit the factory in Edwardsville, Illinois on December 10. […]

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Florida wants 100% renewable electricity by 2050

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Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Nikki Fried, center, speaks during a press conference with youth climate leaders Valholly Frank, […]

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Jaunt signs electric aircraft engineering services agreement with L&T

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The Jaunt Journey takes off like a helicopter and transitions to flight like a fixed-wing aircraft using patented Slowed-Rotor Compound […]

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Russia faces first foreign default since 1918

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Russia may be on the verge of its first foreign debt default since the Bolsheviks toppled Tsar Nicholas II a […]

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A SpaceX competitor tries to grab a rocket in flight

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It might surprise some of you, but SpaceX isn’t the only name for privatized space launch services. For example, Rocket […]

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Navy shoots down drone in laser weapon test

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The layered laser defense weapon shoots down a drone during a demonstration in February at the U.S. Army’s High-Energy Laser […]

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Fertilizer company complains about railroad shipping limits

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A major fertilizer company says Union Pacific’s limits on rail traffic to clear congestion will delay shipments farmers need during […]

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Instant Noodle Manufacturing Business Plan, Project Report, Manufacturing Process, Factory Cost, Raw Materials, Factory Layout, Industry Trends, Machinery Requirements 2022-2027 – Syndicated Analysis

Steven T. Benjamin

The study, which is based on both desk research and multiple waves of qualitative primary research, is essential reading for […]

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7 tips for starting a manufacturing business

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7 tips for starting a manufacturing business If you are considering starting a manufacturing business, there are a few things […]

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Oregon sues COVID testing company

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In this July 13, 2016, file photo, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum poses for a photo in her office in […]

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US decides to stifle exports to 3 Russian airlines

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration moved Thursday to stifle U.S. exports to three Russian airlines in what officials described […]

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PPG Completes Acquisition of Arsonsisis Powder Coatings Manufacturing Business

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7. April 2022 | Markets & Companies PPG has completed the acquisition of the powder coatings manufacturing business of Arsonsisi, […]

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Lockheed and Intel sign 5G agreement for the United States and Allied Defense

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Intel’s 5G solutions are integrated into Lockheed Martin’s 5G.MIL Hybrid Base Station, which acts as a multi-network gateway for ubiquitous […]

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Macy’s Building NC Distribution Center, 2,800 jobs to come

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Macy’s Inc. announced Thursday, March 31, plans to build an online fulfillment and fulfillment center in central North Carolina that […]

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Sanofi to Launch Medicinal Ingredient Manufacturing Business May 6

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Sanofi logo at the company’s headquarters during the annual earnings news conference in Paris, France, February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier […]

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Biofertilizer Manufacturing Business Plan 2022: Manufacturing Process, Factory Cost, Raw Materials, Price Trends, Industry Analysis, Factory Layout 2027

Steven T. Benjamin

The study, which is based on both desk research and multiple waves of qualitative primary research, is essential reading for […]

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Waymo will expand self-driving routes in San Francisco

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A Waymo van arrives to pick up passengers in Mesa, Arizona on April 7, 2021. AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File […]

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M&A firm takes stake in third manufacturing company

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Jon Sheklow, Founder and CEO of N1BB N1BB logo Top Business Broker for Manufacturing Companies America needs domestic industry and […]

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The Missing Link in Additive Manufacturing: Merging DfAM and Data

Steven T. Benjamin

Cutting-edge manufacturing hasn’t even scratched the surface of what’s possible yet. From generative design and lightweighting to software simulation and […]

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After years of rivalry, NYC taxis join Uber app

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A passenger gets into a taxi, New York, January 29, 2020. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File Uber, hit by driver shortages […]

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Boeing 737 crash: what we know

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In this photo released by Chinese news agency Xinhua, debris is seen at the site of a plane crash in […]

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Toyota invests $27 million to expand manufacturing capabilities in Long Beach

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Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) announced a $27 million investment in Toyota Auto Body Company, Inc. (TABC) to support increased […]

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Lancaster SC’s manufacturing business to expand and create new jobs

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A new economic development project in Lancaster County will come with new jobs. Getty Images/iStockphoto Lancaster County A Lancaster County […]

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US expels another Chinese phone operator

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BEIJING (AP) — Washington has forced another Chinese state-owned telephone operator from the U.S. market on national security grounds amid […]

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Facebook fined for violating privacy law

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Facebook’s Meta logo is seen at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California on October 28, 2021. AP Photo/Tony Avelar, […]

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Justice Department appoints prosecutor to prosecute pandemic fraud

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Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks during a meeting at the Justice Department in Washington on March 10, 2022. Kevin Lamarque, […]

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New Mexico aims for the hydrogen economy

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New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham prepares to sign an executive order, Albuquerque, March 10, 2022. AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan […]

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Georgia courts won’t intervene in rejected spaceport project

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This artist’s sketch provided by Spaceport Camden shows the proposed Spaceport Camden launch pad complex in Camden County, Georgia. A […]

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UK government to invest £260m in healthcare research and manufacturing

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Patients across the country are set to benefit from cutting-edge medical advances and treatments as the UK government invests £260 […]

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Wildlife officials reverse course on pesticides

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Endangered sandhill cranes at the Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge, Gautier, Mississippi, November 27, 2012. AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File […]

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Helicopter maker abandons its new factory

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In early 2019, a Swiss helicopter manufacturer held a press conference to tout its plans to “take over” the US […]

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Omega confirms £1m sale of Alva manufacturing business

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Omega Diagnostics has reached an agreement with Accubio, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zhejiang Orient Gene Biotech, to sell its diagnostic […]

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EPA confirms filters reduce lead in Michigan City water

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Kevin Stack of the Berrien County Highways Department fills jugs with unsafe water in the parking lot of Benton Harbor […]

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Plasterboard Manufacturing Business Plan 2021-2026: Factory Cost, Project Report, Manufacturing Process, Raw Materials, Industry Trends, Machinery Requirements | Syndicated Analytics

Steven T. Benjamin

Syndicated Analytics’ latest report titled “Gypsum Board Manufacturing Plant Project Report: Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Plant Layout, Machinery, Raw Materials, […]

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Ford will operate the EV and internal combustion divisions separately

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The automaker said Wednesday, March 2, 2022, that its plan includes two distinct, but strategically interrelated automotive businesses – Ford […]

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Judges fight EPA’s power to cut carbon emissions

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The Supreme Court, Washington, October 22, 2021. AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, Folder WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court tussled Monday […]

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Cyberattacks accompany Russian military assault on Ukraine

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Ukrainian soldiers stand guard as people attempt to leave Kiev train station on February 24, 2022. AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti BOSTON […]

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Fuzzy logic makes robotics agile at MBDA

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MBDA, a leading European manufacturer in the aeronautics and armaments sector, wanted to robotize certain processes in small series or […]

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Ford CEO says there are no plans to spin off the EV business

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Ford Chairman and CEO Jim Farley speaks in Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 28, 2021. AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley, File DETROIT (AP) […]

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Israeli aerospace company converts cargo jets

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LOD, Israel (AP) — The jumbo jet’s passenger doors were simply too small. So engineers at Israel’s main airport cut […]

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What is 3G and why is it stopped?

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On February 22, AT&T is expected to turn off its 3G cellular network. T-Mobile is scheduled to shut down on […]

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Corporate ties to Russia could make sanctions tougher

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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Europe is considering sanctions against Russia if it invades Ukraine — and the job is far […]

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Lockheed unveils flexible factory at Skunk Works

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It is one of four transformational manufacturing plants Lockheed Martin is opening in the United States this year. Lockheed Martin […]

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Digi-Key Announces Distribution Agreement with EPC Space

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THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minnesota — Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world’s largest selection of in-stock electronic components for immediate shipment, […]

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Texas AG sues Facebook parent for facial recognition

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton during a press conference in Weslaco, Texas on January 27, 2022. Joel Martinez / The […]

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Ransomware Gang Says They Hacked San Francisco 49ers

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San Francisco 49ers’ Jimmie Ward, left, is called for a penalty kick as he hits Los Angeles Rams’ Odell Beckham […]

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Toyota expands EV parts production at 2 US plants

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Shamaya Morris, group manager at Toyota’s West Virginia transmission plant, is part of a dedicated team working toward Toyota’s electrified […]

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Bill Tackles the Megaquake ‘Nightmare’ | Manufacturing enterprise technology

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A river on fire with millions of gallons of oil, jet fuel and gasoline spilled. An environmental disaster ranked among […]

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SpaceX satellites fall from orbit after solar storm

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A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches from Florida. The image shows the rocket clearing the lightning rod towers at dusk. […]

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IRS to end use of facial recognition to identify taxpayers

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The Internal Revenue Service building in Washington, March 22, 2013. AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File WASHINGTON (AP) — The IRS announced […]

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IRS to end use of facial recognition to identify taxpayers

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The Internal Revenue Service building in Washington, March 22, 2013. AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File WASHINGTON (AP) — The IRS announced […]

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Pharma Nobis acquires Fagron’s contract manufacturing business

Steven T. Benjamin

An investment consortium led by Signet Healthcare Partners, Bionpharma and GMS Capital Partners has formed Pharma Nobis to acquire Fagron’s […]

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Congress passes 5G service near airports

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Passenger flights land and take off at Washington Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Virginia on January 19, 2022. AP Photo/J. […]

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Pharma Nobis, LLC Completes Acquisition of Fagron’s Contract Manufacturing Business and Manufacturing Facility and Names Todd Daviau CEO

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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–An investment consortium led by Signet Healthcare Partners, Bionpharma, Inc and GMS Capital Partners LLC today announced that […]

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Former Navy Captain Pleads Guilty in Massive Bribery Case

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — A former U.S. Navy captain pleaded guilty to bribery on Wednesday to accepting nearly $68,000 in […]

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Government agencies Press the facial recognition company

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The US Internal Revenue Service plans to require citizens to create accounts with a private facial recognition company in order […]

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China’s manufacturing activity grows at a slower pace in January

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Manufacturing activity in the world’s second-largest economy grew at a slower pace in January compared with the previous month, according […]

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Manufacturing Business Owners Use the “Number 1 Trade Broker” to Sell Their Businesses

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Number 1 Business Broker – Billboard N1BB Logo N1BB billboard in CT This fast-growing M&A firm helps business owners sell […]

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Another officer pleads guilty in Navy corruption scandal

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — A U.S. Navy commander has admitted in federal court to sending a Malaysian defense contractor classified […]

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‘Sold by Amazon’ program ends following state investigation

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Amazon Headquarters, Seattle. iStock SEATTLE (AP) — Amazon will end its “Sold by Amazon” program after a Washington state attorney […]

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Coal-dependent West Virginia could lift nuclear ban

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West Virginia Senate Majority Leader Tom Takubo, R-Kanawha County, before the start of the 2020 legislative session, Charleston, January 8, […]

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DC, 3 states sue Google over violation of user privacy

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Google building on their campus in Mountain View, California on September 24, 2019. AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File WASHINGTON (AP) — […]

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Airbus cancels aircraft order worth billions

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — European aircraft maker Airbus has terminated a multi-billion dollar order from Qatar Airways for […]

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Judge: Georgia County can move forward on land for spaceport

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This artist’s sketch provided by Spaceport Camden shows the launch pad complex for the Spaceport Camden project in Camden County, […]

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Pfizer chief Albert Bourla wins $1 million Genesis Prize

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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla attends a ceremony in the northern city of Thessaloniki, Greece, Oct. 12, 2021. The Genesis Prize […]

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Regulators target illegal and anti-competitive mergers

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Lina Khan, candidate for commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, speaks during a Senate confirmation hearing, April 21, 2021. Graeme […]

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Airlines again warn of potential 5G disruption

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The airline industry is upping the stakes in a showdown with AT&T and Verizon over plans to launch a new […]

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Trash and recyclables are piling up as Omicron wreaks havoc

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The omicron variant is sickening so many sanitation workers across the United States that some cities […]

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ATA Acquires Näpflin’s Micro Tool Manufacturing Business

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Acquisition Switzerland ATA Acquires Näpflin’s Micro Tool Manufacturing Business 14.01.2022Source: press release Switzerland/Ireland — Irish international precision engineering group ATA […]

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Kuwait refinery fire leaves 2 dead, 5 seriously injured

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The Mina al-Ahmadi oil refinery in a satellite photo, January 12, 2021. Planet Labs PBC via AP DUBAI, United Arab […]

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What is 5G? | Manufacturing company technology

Steven T. Benjamin

5G stands for Fifth Generation Cellular Network Technology. It is the technology that enables wireless communication – for example, from […]

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Pandemic Adds Time and Cost to Reconstruction After Wildfire

Steven T. Benjamin

LOUISVILLE, Colo. (AP) – The 23-year-old home of Rex and Barba Hickman near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains has […]

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Summary reminder | Manufacturing company technology

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Thousands of Minute Maid Drinks Recalled for Ties Coca-Cola has recalled three Minute Maid juice products that may contain metal […]

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How Cybercriminals Turn Paper Checks Into Bitcoin

Steven T. Benjamin

While cybercrime gets a lot of law enforcement and media attention these days, I’ve documented a less high-tech threat emerging […]

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Alderman Council discusses manufacturing company considering moving to California

Steven T. Benjamin

A new company has approached the city of California to potentially expand into the region, the California city council of […]

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Texas Oil billionaire William ‘Tex’ Moncrief Jr. has died aged 101

Steven T. Benjamin

DALLAS (AP) – William Alvin Moncrief Jr., a Texas savage who helped build a father-son business in an oil and […]

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$ 475 million settlement proposed for oldest U.S. oil spill

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Federal prosecutors have said that a New Orleans-based company agreed to turn over a $ 432 million trust fund and […]

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